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Sep 15, 2012 8:30pm EDT
else is wrong. he's convinced that 1960's counterculture has taken up residence in silicon valley's latest trends. he is looking for an ankle and has two books out a writ -- he is looking for an angle and has two books coming out. one of the quotes -- our privacy is sacrificed ensuring has become the new silicon valley religion. i presume you're probably in your 50's or close to it, although you look only 40. they just wanted to share. what is wrong with that? >> consumers just want to share. at the majority of consumers on the internet have no idea what they are doing in terms of sharing. i have a 14-year-old and he does not understand the way his data is being used and perhaps exploited. one of the challenges we have in silicon valley, i am more of an insider. every show on techcrunch and live in northern california. one of the challenges we have as being more transparent and accountable in the way in which the data on the internet is being used and perhaps in some ways exploited. silicon valley reaches the orthodox of openness and transparency to everyone except themselves. the
CSPAN
Sep 15, 2012 11:30pm EDT
else is wrong. east -- his specially disdains the 1960's counter culture and is convinced it has taken up residence in silicon valley latest trends. he is saying that he just wants to sell books. he has two books out. i recommend "digital vertigo. one of the quotes is that our privacy is a sacrifice to a toll to it -- totalitarian network. now, this generation is in their teens and 20s. they just want to share. what is wrong with that. are they not responding to what customers want. >> consumers just want to share. at the majority of consumers on the internet have no idea what they are doing in terms of sharing. i have a 14-year-old and he does not understand the way his data is being used and perhaps exploited. one of the challenges we have in silicon valley, i am more of an insider. every show on techcrunch and live in northern california. one of the challenges we have as being more transparent and accountable in the way in which the data on the internet is being used and perhaps in some ways exploited. silicon valley reaches the orthodox of openness and transparency to everyone exce
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